|Tales of Tomorrow - Fury of the Cocoon|
Old science fiction show.In perfect syncronization.Only downside,in or out of sync,isnt that great of a show.
Keywords: Classic TV; science fiction; 1952; no name cast
Downloads: 4,020 (3 reviews)
|Leonard Nimoy, lost 1967 TV interview - KGW-TV|
A lost interview from 1967 conducted by KGW-TV, a news station in Portland, Oregon. This was rediscovered in 2010 in their film archives. Nimoy talks at length about playing Mr. Spock on "Star Trek", then in its second season. Unfortunately, he does not shed any light on what compelled him to record "The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins".
Keywords: science fiction; vintage; television; 60s; 1960s; space
|Educational TV from the 50's: 'Watch Mr. Wizard'|
Educational TV broadcast from the 50's, an live kinescope of "Watch Mr. Wizard" from 1954.
Keywords: Classic TV; 50's; 50s; 1950's; 1950s; Fifties; Television; Educational; Education; Science
Downloads: 12,185 (4 reviews)
|Tales of Tomorrow - A Child is Crying|
Tales of Tomorrow - A Child is Crying
Keywords: Tales of Tomorrow; A Child is Crying; classic TV; 1950's; Science Fiction TV
Downloads: 7,790 (5 reviews)
|Space Patrol - Interplanetary Smugglers (1952)|
Episode "Interplanetary smugglers" of Science-fiction series "Space patrol", Jun. 28, 1952. With Ed Kemmer as "Commander Buzz Corry" and Lyn Osborn as "Cadet Happy". Contains original commercials.
Keywords: Classic TV; Series; 1952; Space Patrol; Live; Kinescope; Science fiction; ABC; Wheat Chex; Rice Chex
Downloads: 2,229 (1 review)
|Space patrol - "The Laughing Alien" (1953)|
Another episode of the Science-fiction series "Space patrol", aired live on March 28, 1953. Ed Kemmer is "Commander Buzz Corry" and Lyn Osborn is "Cadet Happy". Includes original commercials for "Wheat Chex" and "Rice Chex".
Keywords: Classic TV; 50's Television; 1950's; Live TV; Kinescope; ABC; Science fiction; Space patrol; 1953
Downloads: 4,894 (3 reviews)
|Tales Of Frankenstein (The Face In The Tombstone Mirror) - Pilot|
Tales Of Frankenstein (The Face In The Tombstone Mirror) - Pilot A collaboration between Screen Gems and Hammer Studios and written by Kurt Siodmack, the creator of The Wolfman. This TV pilot looks like a combination of Universal and Hammer Frankenstein movies.
Keywords: tales; frankenstein; face; tombstone; mirror; Kurt Siodmack; unsold; pilot; science fiction; horror; Hammer; Universal; Screen Gems; TV; series
Downloads: 2,388 (3 reviews)
|Fireball XL5 - 1x02 - The Doomed Planet - ITV/ATV|
The investigation of a flying saucer leads to Steve Zodiac attempting to save a planet which has broken out of its orbit and is on a collision course with another planet. First aired: 4 November 1962
Keywords: classic tv; british; 1960s; science fiction; sci fi; supermarionation; thunderbirds; gerry anderson; fireball xl5; itv
Downloads: 1,269 (3 reviews)
|Space patrol - "Operation Rescue" (1953)|
Episode "Operation Rescue" of Science Fiction series "Space Patrol". Aired "live" on ABC on Feb. 21, 1953. Includes original commercials. Ed Kemmer is "Commander Buzz Corry", Lyn Osborn is "Cadet Happy".
Keywords: Classic TV; 50's Television; 1950's; Fifties; 1953; Live TV; Kinescope; Science fiction; Space patrol; ABC
Downloads: 2,755 (2 reviews)
|The Johns Hopkins Science Review - A visit to our Studio (1952)|
Another example of the early DuMont program "The Johns Hopkins Science Review". The episode "A visit to our studio" was originally shown on January 7, 1952.
Keywords: Classic TV; Live TV; TV Studio; 1952; 1950's Television; Kinescope; Classic Television; DuMont; Science; Johns Hopkins University
Downloads: 1,011 (1 review)
|Classic Educational Television: ''Mr. Wizard'' - Types of Rocks|
An episode of the classic educational television series "Mr. Wizard", which aired on the NBC Television Network and aimed at children. This episode discusses the subject of rocks.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Education; Educational; Science; Mr Wizard; Don Herbert; Rocks; Land; Retro; Vintage; 50s; 1950s; 50's; 1950's; Fifties
Downloads: 2,980 (5 reviews)
|Flash Gordon - The Witch of Neptune - 1955|
Episode "The Witch of Neptune" of Science-Fiction series "Flash Gordon". Aired: 03/04/1955 - Season 1, Episode 20
Keywords: Classic TV; 1950's Television; 1955; DuMont; Sci-Fi; Science Fiction; Space; Flash Gordon; Steve Holland; Irene Champlin; Joseph Nash; Marie Powers
|Flash Gordon - Struggle to the End - 1955|
Flash Gordon pits himself against the mad witch, who is again trying to completely dominate the universe.- Aired: 03/18/1955 - Season 1, Episode 22
Keywords: Classic TV; 1950's Television; 1955; DuMont; Sci-Fi; Science Fiction; Space; Flash Gordon; Steve Holland; Irene Champlin; Joseph Nash; Henry Beckman; Marie Powers
|Classic Educational Television: ''Mr. Wizard'' - Legs and Speed of Animals|
An episode of the classic educational NBC Television Network series "Mr. Wizard". This episode deals with the legs of animals, and also discusses a bit about the speed of various animals. This episode appears to be from the 1960's. It is presented here for historical and entertainment value.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Education; Educational; Science; Teacher; Teacher; Entertainment; Animal; Animals; Insect; Insects; Bug; Bugs; Retro; Vintage; NBC Television Network; NBC; National Broadcasting Company
Downloads: 2,235 (3 reviews)
|Tales Of Frankenstein (Jack The Ripper)|
Second episode of an unsold anthology series.
Keywords: tales; frankenstein; Jack the Ripper; Jack; ripper; face; tombstone; mirror; Kurt Siodmack; unsold; pilot; science fiction; horror; Hammer; Universal; Screen Gems; TV; series
Downloads: 1,263 (3 reviews)
|The Johns Hopkins Science Review - The Master Glass Blower (1951)|
Episode of the DuMont program "The Johns Hopkins Science Review". Episode title "The Master Glass Blower" Air Date: October 8, 1951.
Keywords: Classic TV; Live TV; 1951; 1950's Television; Kinescope; Classic Television; DuMont; Science; Glass Blowing; Glass Blower; Glass; Johns Hopkins University
Downloads: 876 (1 review)
|Classic Educational Television: ''Mr. Wizard'' - Episode on ''Electricity''|
An episode of the popular classic educational series "Mr. Wizard" in this case about electricity. Far more entertaining than "Flavor of Love". Nice Retro TV! This show was aimed at children.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Education; Educational; Teaching; Teacher; Science; Electric; Electricity; Demonstation; Don Herbert; Learn; Learning; NBC; NBC Television Network; National Broadcasting Company; Masterpoxen; Better Than Family Guy; Public Domain TV; Public Domain Television
Downloads: 6,908 (6 reviews)
|''Captain Video and His Video Rangers'' - Misc episode 3|
Another incredibly strange episode of ''Captain Video and His Video Rangers'', the DuMont Television Network series which, in fact, was the first science fiction show ever to air on TV. However, to fill up time of each LIVE episode, they showed clips from old westerns. This episode also features original commercials. Reviews of the series at the time were mixed
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 50's; 50s; 1950's; 1950s; Fifties; Science Fiction; Sci-Fi; Western; Strange; Weird; Public Domain; DuMont Network; DuMont Television Network; Du Mont Network; Du Mont Television Network
Downloads: 6,989 (6 reviews)
|Johns Hopkins Science Review - Usefulness of Useless Knowledge|
Early Dumont network science discussion show.This episode was originally broadcast on February 18,1952.
Keywords: Classic TV; 1952; Dumont; science; low budget
Downloads: 1,556 (1 review)
|A.C. Gilbert - "Science Means Business" - A.C. Gilbert|
Not so much a commercial as an infomercial. This 10 minute 1963 promotional reel for the A.C. Gilbert company highlights childrens' microscopes, telescopes, physics sets, electrical engineering sets, chemistry sets, electronics sets, and the ever-popular Erector sets. An extensive TV ad campaign was planned the same year that this film was produced, but the country went into mourning over JFK's death, the networks slowed airing toy commercials, and toy sales plummeted. The A.C...
Keywords: classic tv commercial; promotional film; science; education; microscope; telescope; physics; engineering; chemistry; Erector Set; children's toys; toys; 1963; 1960s; 60s
|Lost In Space promo - CBS|
An original CBS promo for "Lost in Space." Read cosmico's insightful review below for more information about this commercial.
Keywords: Classic TV Commercial; Lost in Space; TV Show; June Lockhart; Bill Mumy; science fiction; sci-fi; 1965; 60s; 1960s; CBS
Downloads: 530 (2 reviews)
|The Six Million Dollar Man - "Danny's Inferno" promo - ABC|
An ABC promo for the "Six Million Dollar Man" episode "Danny's Inferno," which was originally broadcast on January 23, 1977. Narration by Ernie Anderson.
Keywords: classic tv commercial; The Six Million Dollar Man; The Bionic Man; Lee Majors; Ernie Anderson; ABC; TV show; sci-fi; science fiction; 1970s; 1977; 70s
|''The Johns Hopkins Science Review'' - Concrete With Muscles|
An episode of "The Johns Hopkins Science Review", an educational series which was produced by ABC/DuMont affiliate WAAM, and aired over the now-defunct DuMont Television Network. I believe this episode aired live (with some interesting mishaps resulting), though I might be wrong on that. This episode is about concrete, and aired 17 February 1954. There is no copyright notice and it wasn't registered for copyright, but nevertheless I don't know if it is OK to upload it here...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; Concrete; Cement; WAAM; DuMont Television Network; Early television; Documentary; Educational television; Johns Hopkins University; Science; Fifties; 1954
|Fifties Advertising: UNIVAC Computer Commercial (5 February 1956) (Ad 2 of 2)|
Another curious example of 1950's advertising, in this case a promo for the UNIVAC computer, produced by Remington Rand. This commercial interestingly aired on the CBS Television Network on 5 February 1956, during a light panel show.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Commercial; Advertising; Computer; Computing; Technology; UNIVAC; Remington Rand; Science
Downloads: 19,942 (4 reviews)